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Hook worm innoculation potential cure for celiac disease?

mcf | Feb 21, 201508:51 AM     1

http://naturalmedicinejournal.com/jou...

Key Findings

Infection with NA followed by GC did not lead to significant changes in histology, which would normally be expected in a CeD person exposed to gluten. Median Vh:Cd ratios were unchanged after GC (2.60-2.63; P=.98). Local immunity response appeared dampened in the GC-3 group where mean IgA-tTG titers significantly declined after GC-3 g (slope: ‒1.012; 95% confidence interval: ‒1.166- ‒0.363; P=.005). This is in contrast with the increase in IgA-tTG typically seen in CeD individuals following gluten exposure.

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